The Glasgow School of Art hosts one of the UK's most eagerly anticipated Degree Shows, and on Thursday 11th June work from 600 students was unveiled.
Above image: Romany Rowell, Communication Design
The ambitious work is shown from across the three schools of Fine Art, Design and Architecture. This year Architecture and Design students’ work is on show in the Reid and Bourdon Buildings at the GSA’s Garnethill Campus, whilst the School of Fine Art students are showing work in the Tontine Building in the Merchant City. The MFA show is at The Glue Factory.
The Degree Shows are open until 20th June, but if you can't make it, we've put together a visual diary of some highlights from across the three schools, so you can check out Glasgow's emerging talent of 2015.
SCULPTURE & ENVIRONMENTAL ART
Katherine Duncan, 'Arm around, touch the other side', Installation view. 2015. plywood, MDF sheets, cotton fabric, duvet stuffing, bungee cord, rubber, elastic webbing, gaffa tape.
Jessica Kelly, Colour Vortex
FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY
Sebastian Mary Tay, Amidst the Colours
John Farrell, Untitled (Wall), Silver Gelatin Print, 2015
PAINTING & PRINT MAKING
Jessica Whiteley, Acid Rain, oil painting on 9x (80x50cm) gridded canvas on board, folded out to the floor
Gemma Lord, Arctic Alba
Anna Sundalova, CAST
You can shop for your art materials at Cass Art Glasgow, and visit the Glasgow School of Art website to find out more about their Degree Shows.
Use the hashtag #StudentSpotlight to find our other blogs on student degree shows this year.